Brucity Administrative Centre

Brucity, the new Administrative Centre of the City of Brussels, opened its doors on Monday 12 December 2022. Residents can now go to Rue des Halles 4 - 1000 Brussels. 

The City moved to better serve its citizens with simplified services, a better and more efficient reception, and extensive digitalisation to make services more autonomous and accessible.

The modern and passive Brucity building is also more than a purely administrative building, as it offers various spaces, study and meeting rooms to associations, students,... It is from this philosophy that the slogan of the communication campaign has become 'Welcome home'.


Opening hours of the counters:

  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm and from 1:30 pm to 4 pm
  • Thursday: from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm and from 1:30 pm to 6 pm
  • Friday: from 8:30 am to 1 pm

Telephone: 02 279 22 11

Opening hours for the telephone permanence, on 02 279 22 11: from Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Making an appointment

You can make an appointment:

Some services operate by appointment only, others without appointment. Always check if you need to make an appointment before coming.

Brucity: peak hours at the counters without appointment

Peak hours at the Brucity counters (with accessible table)

External site MyBXL is a digital platform where you can create your personal profile to submit and, in the near future, follow up your applications to the City of Brussels. You can also make an appointment there.

Don't have an account yet? Visit External site MyBXL now to create your profile and access a wide range of products and services yourself, 24/7.

More info about the redesign of the area around the new Brucity building (Hallenstraat, Zwarte Lievevrouwstraat, Visverkopersstraat, Augustijnenstraat, and parts of Kiekenmarkt, Lakensestraat, Sint-Katelijneplein and Bisschopsstraat):

Around Brucity redevelopment

Brucity, the new Administrative Centre of the City of Brussels


Brucity Administrative Centre